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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 March 1886

flfjw zwwn' vFyfa 'WflW" ' ' 'Hr ' "" rt. flit -Hi' , '& - V. . - , 'i Jllul'tlinfli v. Daily p RESK M fK ' VOL. II. NO 7. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1886. "' n' WHOLE NO. 160. 1 ri ARCTIC REGIONS. fli'ofcBsiomtl (Earbs. DucittCBB Carta. gusmcssfoit'ujB. fiujuwnic Notices, jflupplivg. Irippmg:' X NOT 80 DESOLATE AND DREARY A3 IS GENERALLY BELIEVED. Navigation Among Iceburgii Not So Dangerous ns Notvnpnpor Account Have Stated An Arctic Snminor Caution of Navigator. (Lieut. Scwatka.1 A partial fallacy la tho Idea thnt tho Arctic regions aro always tho most desolate and drcaiy conceivable, to which Arctic writing have dono much to lond color, und especially if tho author be ono who has traveled but llttlo in varied climates boforo ho visited that of tho frigid zones, and judges them rigidly from districts. Tho polar-country is not a Garden of Eden although ono writer has tried to prove that It was the original garden Itsolf at ono tiino in tho far post-but from my...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 March 1886

h ' ' nTVQfWfTty TUB Patty Honolulu J?ra$ IS PUBLISHED, EVERY Jtf( (Trn fn a XCxebp SJuuility w. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. oTqk :IJOH TKItiISfP MBHCHfVTIOS, PcaofcBia.. ,. , .J.oo Six months.. loo Three month.. , , .,Af" JO tWiSKi 1 $" MT HiibuerfittoUM tyyalU aUeuy in Brief cotauuiutcatlons fruni Ml Vtu of the Kingdom wi.l Always br vtry acctptable. Matter IcttWwJfforpubllcullon in tin editorial nitaAftuTOK Daily Honolulu) Fiiu,H boilceu cotataunic&lioBi, ana aavenisements should tt aaurfitii limply vnoiiDtir nianaKtr, DaILy llosoil'LU Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. i wtlwnieuM, to rnsure prompt Insertion, should V 1 MONDAY MARCH 8. 1886 ' ' By the steamer G. IF. Elder, which .. arrived in port yesterday morning from " SrY Francisco, we have received a large ti quantity of interesting American and European news. The following news "which dirertly relates to the Hawaiian Islands will be found moie interesting toour readers than general news, which will be published ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 March 1886

f. i . V r i.iiS t, .; ., I1 ' 'i M n ' - t.. -" KV i VW, .f ft Ott-M THE "Will ton for aale Tt.llvHt Kol- lowllltC ll IOOH ! I.M.OAT, In. JkCo... .Merchant rlreet 1. U TIIKUM. Fill slrtet CRYSTAL SOIM WORKS .Hotel llicett Vive Cent pet' Copy LOCAL NEWS. " The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class meets at seven o'clock this evening. - m The meetings at the tent have been discontinued until next Friday evening. Mr. T. R. Foster returned from the coast by the steamer Geo. W. Elder yesterday. Purser Hughes, of the Geo. VV. Elder, has our thanks for a late file of San Francisco papers. The Hawaiian Hotel will be the scene of a gay time to-night, if the rain doe not prevent. Mrs. W. Berry, a sister of the late Miss Barbour, arrived in Honolulu by the steamer Geo. W. Elder. The tug Eleu was towing the new water scow to the whaling bark Wanderer last Saturday afternoon. The San Francisco papers gave glowing accounts of the return of J. W. , McCarthy, and his trip to the Sandwich Islands. A commu...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 March 1886

,T'S,rr'Srss$SSfisJ SHIPPING FRUIT8 WITHOUT OECY. Description of New Reftlsrntor Cur Tlmt Supplies a Dry, Kvsn Tempernture. Sacramento. Bee.1 A number of Sacramontans recently bad an opportunity of examining a new sys tern of preserving fresh fruits and vcgutii bios during tho transit across the con tlnonL Tho principles involved may bu briofly explained as follows: Tho ro searches, of Tyndall and other scientists havo, demonstrated -that, tho do'eny of , organic matter ,1a due to bacteria, and that . -warmth and moisture 'nro conditions peculiarly favorablo to their development, for instance, tho ordinary refrigerator car, with its quantities of ice, produces a great deal of moisture, and in order to counteract its effects tho tompeiattnc must bo lcopt down about freezing point Tho regular fruit car Is but n shell, allowing ventilation and giving actos9 to outside air, and it Is tho sad oxporlonca of shippers that ouo very hot day in transit will often ruin tho greator part of a sh...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 March 1886

f J K tt&WJF"f, ipWmwfGtri'ffi 0wrmfmm' mwfHi' 1r Ifl , . V " rpe' fjFrt';rinpr ,,lw,iprw:v!fW,'tr','' n?iwT'' - I ""X. PRESS VOL. II. NO 8. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, 33?r ' WHOLE NO. 161. BARBARITY OF A DESPOT. (iiliuinanlty of the Kmperor of Iturinali livery Subject a Horn Slnve. Sanger llano's "Hurmwe Emplm." I suppose that thoio is not in the wb.olo world a monarch so despotic aa tbo Bur, moBo cinporor. Ho is consldorcd by and others, nbsoluto lord of the lives, properties, and personal services of lite sublets; hooxalts and dopresses, confers and takos away honor and rank; and, without any process of law, can put to death not only criminals guilty of capital oilotiBcs, but any individual who happens to incur his displeasure. It is hero a perilous thing for a persou to become distinguished for wealth and possessions: for the day may easily como when ho will be charged with fcomo supposed crime, and so put to death, in order that his property may bo confiscated. Ev...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 March 1886

'"TfWpWSHHIHJjfH jTIKLIB Jlmfy Honolulu $rc$$ IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOlliVlNO 10.veo( .SuiiitnN. At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. rutins or siriisnnri'Ttos. Vet annum . ... $6 00 Sit mouth, p.. .) too ninomli.).A 1.50 lrrthhtll .'... 5ct Hutai ndiiulutiil, W tithnnilitUniM I'njiiilf nitron in .lit- Brief i fi.in all uatt nf tlie Kingdom w'l alway be Ntrv acc?ptahlc. Salter uuciidcl for in the editorial olu nns.tiou'd to A Kuituh 1)ai Hoi.oi.iir Press Bu nle co.miitlMtaH.tts iml nuxerlHement hauld ke n IJr 1 itraph "llutirem MaiuKer," Daiiv Honoii lU l'uKi, Honolulu, Ilan.iiian Island. Advertisement, In prompt Insertion, should c ran let! ii ft r M. TUESDAY .... MARCH 9, 1S86. Win' don't si me of the citizens of t !, Lnitcd who are at present lustitating in Honolulu, take revenge on the San i'rancisco dailies by stung them for defamation of clnvmrter? Tim United States steamer Richard R'ti has returned to S.tn Francisco nct an unsuccessful search among the t Icutiim Islands tor the su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 March 1886

w . y K." 'V ' S t L. i?- l"V S j 1n THE JDmty If mtolultt .Jhm lor Will 1o for wile ! 1 illy nt tl l"'ioo: J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co. Merchnnl frett A T. O. THRUM ... ...Fma Mrcet CRYSTAL SODA WORK" . Hotrl Mrceet Flva Criits prr Cop) I,OOAIi NEWS. to The steamer Geo. W. Elder sails for San Francisco on next Friday, the rath inst. We learn by the G. W. Elder that Mort. Oat is enjoying himself in San Francisco. The steiimcr Australia is due here from San Francisco on next Saturday, the 13th inst. Theii Majesties the King and Queen, leave for Honohinu, Hawaii, by the Heartier W. G. Hall this afternoon. a The suiplus stores which arrived on the "hip Stirlingshire will be sold at auction at ten o'clock this morning at Brewer's wharf. The brig Allie Rowe was hauled alongside Emm's wharf yesterday, where she will be sold at public auction on next Thursday. H. May & Co. have just received a lot of fine groceries from San Francisco, including crackers, cheese, and lots of good things. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 March 1886

fine 'tirw v.y THE NEW MOON. " Arthur HU In Korombor Century ) The now moon beads her coldea elcklu slot Above tho trw tops, in the deep bliui wen; My heart's ureirellins passions overflow Arid will not let mo rest. Mysterl6tn lady of refreshful night, Era thy twin horns In perfectly circle 111 Grant that my lore her faith to me uiuv plight, And make my joy complete. When In my hands her little hands I liol My be&rt bents fast for joy within in breast O hide below the West thy curved gol I, Dear moon and lot in' rest. A Mutate of nil the Trlliti Brooklyn Eagle.) Pass out from Athens, on tho ovcuhi" of tho 1st of April, along tho Piraeus road until you reach tho tomplo of Theseus itt no great distance from tho ascont to the Acropolis. Nonr at baud is tho Hill or Mara and tho gently rising ground upon which tho oldest tomplo of hero worship is built, stretches up to tho Pryx. On this occasion crowds of Athenians assom bio thero long boforo tho sun tests upon Arginla and gilds with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 March 1886

- "v K H 'J&"Vfe'7fr' " i?mjisv0 '-i ma,:atr"y - asyw "' ' ii "?? SmmP Daily l RESS. VOL. II. NO 9. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1886. WHOLE NO. 162. BROCADE-MAKER FOR THE MIKADO. "Hlilimrmll's" Veep nt tho Koyul Fabric! of Jiipnn Costly Giirmoiitii. Tho cstnbHshtnout of lliozo Kolmyashl, to tho imperial court, was Baved for tho last, nut! nfter a whirl through somo of tho Nlshljln strcote, wo gladly entered tho shado of his doorway and crossed to tho Inner room opening on a tiny garden. Lcathor cushions were laid on the floor, and wo sat in a stocking-footed groop, as nt Datoyasuke's, admiring tho "dry garden," as they call all these little beauty spots that are without the miniature lake. Stono lanterns and dwarf plno trees beautified this garden, and the little galleries of tho toyliko house surrounding it wero hung with beautifully painted silk lanterns. After the tea camo tho books of brocades and silks manufactured ut different times for tho use of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 March 1886

fn"jrf - THE " rf - ' T" T h ?frTjFT tizy - IS PUBLISHED , EVER Y M 0 It N 1 N O 10xoil fiiiudiiyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKUUS Oh' SirilWItlJ'TlOX. Ttr atinuirt .$6 00 Six months 3 00 Three month 1.50 Wr month .50 en PoMAge additional. tST .Stihncrt)illoiiii I'niinlilx ttlinojH tn Ail- t'UHC llrlef tYtrnmutiKatiAlM from nil pirU of the Kingdom iv II always be very acceptable Matter Intended for publication in the editorial olumnt should be addressed to Kuituk DaIL. Honolulu I'rsw. Uurtinrss coiitmunications and aavcrtisements should be addressed slmplv "Kusiuess Manager," Hint Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. dvertiemei.ts, to ensure prompt insertion should e handed hi befoir fi p. M. WEDNESDAY MARCH 10, 1886. Ir is quite Hue that the independence of this Kingdom is in no danger from annexation, but Hawaiian Independence has been endangered in the p.nt by just such men as Celso Ctcsar Moreno and the independence of the people and taxpayers of Hawaii is conti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 March 1886

p- 4 . . $ v . - '1 & rj1 i : & . , pV J .!-4 i1 f w; j. ' 1 4 i THE Will for hhIo I) illyiit tf at I MaooH ; t. M. OAT, If. &Co. Merchant street T. O. THRUM ill itreet CRVSTAli SODA WORKS Hotel iirreet Five Cent jir' Co)i, LOCAL NEWS. & Serrices will be held in the different churches as usual, this evening. The weekly drill of the Honolulu Rifles will be held in the Armory this evening. The old Astor House restaurant has been opened again by an enterprising to Chinaman. The steamer Zealand!?, Iroin the Colonies enroute to San Francisco, is due here to-morrow. Dr. M. Goto has moved his office It from Palama to the building on Maunakea street, formerly occupied by Dr. Fitch. in The building formerly occupied by W. E. Foster, on F.ort street, was sold at auction yesterday, Wing Wo Tai & Co. being the purchasers. -- I.,-. ... . i- . The Merry Makers give their two farewell performance, on next Saturday. In the afternoon they will give a matinee, and in the evening M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 10 March 1886

it REMINISCENCES OF HENRY CLAY. Child's Iinpromlou. of thn Htiitcsman Vottj Years Ann ltln Winning Way. Uenry Clay occupied a lnrge Hliare 0 the public uttontlou during my enrly ohlldliood Kvory man, woman or child Was for or ngnltiHt him. I enrolled myttelf In tho latter class. My grentoat delight raa to sing on all occasions possible, such snatches of tho campnlgu songs us 1 could remember, from constantly hearing them nbout mo, ridiculing and setting forth In the most unchavltablo manner all tho points of attack which could bo suggested against an unfortunate candidate, either real or fabricated. Ono evening, as my little Bister and were amusing ourselves with somo play, our father entered the room with a stranger! "Children," ho said, "como and see Mr. Clay." I should have mentioned that I had often resolved, In caso of over mooting with this great paragon of perfection (to thousands of peoplo),'I would bo quite cool, and let him becomo awaro that at least ono being thoro was wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 March 1886

( J Hi : w ' v i. 'rp ft J. i rail n PtlESS X JLiJI A ' MJ .li ' ', H ;;:.-, VOL. II. NO io. '''tit':' HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, MARCH n, 1886. 1 :. WHOLE NO. 163. r HP-" SCINTILLATIONS. The editor feels lono and mlsorablo When ho can find no Joke that's scissor-able. Puck. The piano sounds thoknell of parting day; Next door the singing pupil shrloka high C; The cornet practices across the, way, And glve9 the night to anguish and to mo. Boston Gazette. A farmer onco called his cow "Zephyr," She seemed such all amlablo hophyr. When the farmer drew near, She kicked off his car, ' And now tho old farmer's jnuch dephyr. Gdo'dall'a Sun. Sleep my darling; sleep In quiet, In thy dainty bed so warm; Mother watches by thy cradle, To protect thee from all harm. Father's late, but soon lie homeward Will his tardy footsteps trace; Jfe And dear baby will he fondle g1. In a loving, sweet embrace. ' When ho comes,. 01 then my treasure, Ope' your wondrous eyes so brght , And, my preciou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 March 1886

) 'J.'jEdLJzJ J)mftj Ifuuatalu . $rra IS PUBLISHED . i GVEllY MOANING ISxoopl Sunrtnyii. At the Office, No. ag Merchant St, TKitns uv sunsmeiVTiox. Pr annum . t.. t $600 ftrraontlu . 3 '1 hrw montlii. . .. 1.50 Pr month 5cts Postage additional. Xtfr'fl'u'bitriptlQii I'ayabte'altray liner communications from all parti of the Kingdom trill always be very acceptable. Matter Intended Tor publication in the editorial olumni should h addressed to Eoitox DailvJIonolulu Press. Business commumcahonsanu auvertisements should bo addressed simply "Business Manager," , mdi HonolulvTkkss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands Advertisements, 10 ensure prompt insertion, should e handed in before 6 K M. THURSDAY .. MARCH n, 1886. The gentle organ is now trying to play the same game with the name of Mr. B F. Dillingham and the Colonization scheme that it has lately been playing with the name of1 Colonel Spreckels and the Treaty greatly to the detriment of the Treaty. VoLUMi: fifteen of Bancroft's " History of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 March 1886

V A rx - " ) 9 V f ': s MS If" JA-i '' . ' r if fc A, v i "f P-&?' '( i.f tiese 3mfy If otrofoltt TPra "Will b for sulo 33 illy ot Hit. 1-M idVH : J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co., .. Merchant street T. 0. THRUM Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS .Hotel streeet l'lve Cents ppr Copy. LOOAIi NEWS. A 'double' police force have slept on the streets for the last two nights. A sample of Moramora sugar cane was on exhibition nt the corner of Bethel and Merchant streets yesterday. This cane"camc from Pawaa. By hn order issued from the Supreme Court, Marshal Soper will sell at auction sale the brig Allie Rowc, her boats, sails, tackle, etc., at Emmes' wharf, at twelve o'clock noon to-day. Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Knights of rytmas, will conler the "Amplified Knight Rank" this evening at the lodge room. Oahu Lodge and visiting brothers are cordially invited to be present. The New York Publishers' Weekly of February 13th has the following: "King Kalakaua, of the Sandwich Islands, has, it is said, a book o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 March 1886

r ,mKK4,w'"fvV7'VfMtflfl''''llfVr"' ""lr3yajH(F"rr' & r len. Tliomiu Stnnil nt ChionmnuRn. Col. Dufflold In his talk on In tho war series of tlio Young Hen's Christian nssoclatlon, said concerning Thomna' memorable stand: "With but 25,000 men, nil ot whom wore worn and wearied with tho fighting of tho previous forty-eight hours, with both of his flanks exposed, ho saw tho whole rebel army of more than 05,000 men, moro than half of thorn f roah and unfought, sweeping in a circle toward him with a lino ot steel, as tho scy tho sweeps round upon tho fated grass. Stouter hearts than oven brave men havo would quail at such a sight. Defeat, nay, annihilation, seemed inevitable. "JBut thero Thomas sat upon his heavy charger, calm as a statue. Ills hat had beeu thrown from his head by tho overhanging branches in his rapid rido. Ilia lips were pale and compressed. His square jaw was firm set. His heavy brow was furrowed by a frown, alul his shaggy eyebrows contracted until they all but h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 March 1886

I i; t X ( " ''jL 1k aFJto. 7 fife till 4 V n " H rS vLBl1 irimffl&tiS) Tj 1 nCiLl 'r'"t 1 1 J m li U' 111 'Jill 1 v j r? VOL. II. NO II. u '. Vtr HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1886. WHOLE NO. 164. THE VARIOUS STYLES OF CANE8. Kinds of Wood Used ISonu ties of Different Stlclis Clienp Imitation. There aro many Klnda of wood from which canes aro made, aiyl much of it is imported. China furnishes a largo quantity, the favorites begin tho whanghao, ponang, light and black bamboo, and jamboree. Tho whanghao la celebrated for Its regular joints, lu the shape of bulging rings. They begin close to tho hand and grow smullcr and closer together to tho end. It was in largo demand a year ago, but Is rarely called for now. Malacca comes from Sumatra principally; tHtiugh somo is brought from China. It is a climbing palm tree, and comes both in light and dark colors. In tho genuino stick holes run through it, apd smoko can be drawn through tho body of tho wood. Rattan canes aro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 March 1886

W, f JDmltj !lf yns& I3BPUQLISHED EVERY MORNING At the Office, No.ag Merchant St. TKHMH ut HUUbUiui'riox Pcanr.um. . . 4600 fti months . 3 Three montlw.. . .S0 Pw.mbnth !: Socts Postage additional OF Htlbtcvlptlont PfiiaMr nliiayn In Briif coaiinunicationj from lt parM of the Kingdom will always b vmy acceptable. Matter intended for publication tu the editorial elumnt should be addreitscd to J Editor Daily Honoluiv Paess, UaHdciihjJrmi&ntcaMon and aUTeruscmenU shoutd ki,Kaiirifd!rnplv "P.uimei Jlatiajrer, Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should handed in before fi t. M. Arthur Jofn8tonef Editor and Prop'r. The objections urged against Mr. Morrison's tariff" bill In the United States seem to be sectional complaints rather than objection's to the tariff principle contained therein. Louisiana, for example, objects to the duty on iuyar being reduced ; Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee will vote against the bill unle " som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 March 1886

U'-s I u r t - t "i "Yr ??' '-1 V ft "K I IS - I, TUB Jtotfy If mrolultt JVm Will bo for utile i illy fit tlirt P'ioes ; I, M. OAT, J. &Co Mercli ml ttrett T. O. THRUM Futt street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Iloal trteel rite Cents per Copt. FRIDAY MARCH 12, 1886. LOCAL NEWS. Go to Thrum's for fine stationery and books. Tne steamer Geo. W. Elder sails for San Francisco at noon to-day. The steamship Zealandia has not been telephoned up to. the time we go to press. 1 1 - The steamship Australia was to leave San Francisco yesterday for Honolulu and the Cplonies. 'Twenty more of the coolie class of Chinese arrived from Hong Kong. by the bark Ceylon yesterday. t The steamer J. I. Dowsett took fifty Portuguese laborers to Hamakuapoko Plantation, Ma'ui, last evening. The Honolulu Rifles have dedided to hold a target shooting match'on the birthday of Kamehamehalll, the 17th Inst. The Honolulu Steam Laundry will be ready for business about the last of the month. Remember, no coolies employed. Som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 March 1886

fc i fyWnftJ'' "" i" "" !U 'it"f, T "" ' " nj r. , , . , , fl JulM Verne. Story Ouldonn. tdilcftiffiTrthune.l The submarine boat of Jules, Vorno'a . story, directed by tbo invstcrioii Capt I Nemo, sinking u ship and sailing 1m -ft wurds and forwards through her rigging "llku a needle through a picco of siill cloth. " has not ceased to Impress our Imagination, and yet hero is Mr. with o llccrs, representing every European power,' anxiously watching the performance of a vessel iu which ho fairly puts the novelist's imagi nation to shame. Jtoiii the'aceouuts vfhich are published it scorns that every objection has been met mid overcome with wonderful ingenuity, if the ougiiicg which ate sinking tho boat break down she returns at onto to tho surface, she can not sink too far, for an automatic arrnuci! ment closes the throttle vaHe atony given depth she has been driven sixtcou miles nt three Knots an hour without returning to the surface, and sho can run 150 miles without rccoallng .Most ...

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